Wait... Python? Seriously? I thought it was R.
[#] Wed Feb 14 2018 12:34:46 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
There are a few high-profile people (esr is one of them) who claim that Rust and Go are now where it's at. But we've heard that song before. Python is still the perennial favorite among open source types.
So, somebody wrote a tool to do exactly what I wanted in Go. (The tool is Vuls.) I got an ansible playbook written to deploy it, [29~and then as part of our DR testing, I blew the server away, and ran the installation playbook again. It wouldn't install, because the new version of go wouldn't work with the whatevert, and it was just a big hassle if I was going to have to update the playbook anytime there was an update.
I've heard this assertion concerning Go, although not Rust.
Although, I haven't had my ear as close to the cacaphony as perhaps I should.
At the end of the day, I don't generally care about the language requirements... I'll work with whatever. Although, I might draw the line at Perl. A line that looks suspiciously like:
[#] Wed Feb 14 2018 14:59:49 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored
No ansible here, I guess we've settled on terraform as (what I assume to be) an equivalent
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